The first trailer for the latest Jonah Hill, James Franco film, True Story, has been released, and it’s not exactly what you might expect. Directed by newcomer Rupert Goold, this crime thriller revolves around Hill playing a disgraced New York Times reporter
Filmmaking duo Lord and Miller make no pretenses when it comes to this sequel for a surprise box office success, a reboot no one necessarily cared about based on a late-eighties television series that's mainly remembered for having Johnny Depp in the cast. And, for as ridiculous as all that sounds, Lord and Miller successfully, and surprisingly, capitalized on the first iteration of the new Jump Street and they seem to have done it again, all because of one fairly simple design, they know that all of this is ridiculous. They don't hide it, they flat-out tell you again and again throughout the film with the addition of unnecessary-sequel tropes that are quickly subverted to great comical effect.
This is the first red band trailer for The Watch, which earlier was actually called Neighborhood Watch, but with the Trayvon Martin case garnering national attention, Twentieth Century Fox decided on a name change before its July 27 release date. The film
Today we go over some new trailer releases including the second trailer for The Avengers, the teaser for Neighborhood Watch starring Ben Stiller, Jonah Hill, and Vince Vaughn, and Richard Linklater’s new film Bernie, starring Jack Black and Matthew McConaughey. We also